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จ้างคนออก


DavidHouston

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Lexitron shows the following definition and sample sentence:

เป็นมั่นเป็นเหมาะ [ADV] surely; fixedly; readily; certainly; definitely; absolutely

Syn. เป็นมั่นเหมาะ, แน่นอน, หนักแน่น, อย่างมั่นเหมาะ

Ant. ไม่แน่นอน.

Sample:เจ้านายยืนยันเป็นมั่นเป็นเหมาะว่าจะไม่มีการจ้างคนออก

I am having difficulty understanding the word "คนออก". Is there a spelling error here and did the writer mean to say,

"เจ้านายยืนยันเป็นมั่นเป็นเหมาะว่าจะไม่มีการจ้างคนอก", meaning, " The boss confirmed that he absolutely would not hire any outside workers." ?

Or, is the sentence understandable in the original form. If it is, what is the meaning of "คนออก" ?

Perhaps the sentence could mean "to give severance pay" for termination of employment? Then, the sentence would mean:

"เจ้านายยืนยันเป็นมั่นเป็นเหมาะว่าจะไม่มีการจ้างคนอก",

" The boss confirmed that he absolutely would not be providng any severance pay." ? or is the implication that, "The boss confirmed that he absolutely would not be laying anyone off."

Thank you for your assistance.

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"เจ้านายยืนยันเป็นมั่นเป็นเหมาะว่าจะไม่มีการจ้างคนอก",

" The boss confirmed that he absolutely would not be providng any severance pay." ? or is the implication that, "The boss confirmed that he absolutely would not be laying anyone off."

Thank you for your assistance.

I think it means "The boss confirmed that there would be no retrenchment."

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It means "The boss confirmed that he absolutely would not be laying anyone off."

จ้างคนออก means จ่ายเงินให้ลูกจ้างเพื่อให้ลาออกจากการทำงานให้บริษัท - lay off.

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It means "The boss confirmed that he absolutely would not be laying anyone off."

จ้างคนออก means จ่ายเงินให้ลูกจ้างเพื่อให้ลาออกจากการทำงานให้บริษัท - lay off.

Thank you, Khun Yoot. The implication, then, is that there would be severance pay were there were a layoff, which, of course, the boss denies.

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